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At a price of 63 EUR/night this was a bargain! Rooms are very nice and we did like their "suite box" which includes lots of free movies! Location is also very good, the metro is nearby the hotel and takes you to the Eifel Tower...More
My wife, teenage daughter and I spent 3 nights at this hotel - aboslutely faultless
Rooms were large, extremely comfortable with excellent facilities. The hotel is situated
just across the road from the Metro providing great links to all parts of the city
This is a comfy hotel. I was there for a quick trip for work so did not get a sense of what the location was like. It's a bit on the funky side but nice big rooms, with plenty of storage, big beds, big bathrooms...More
Good hotel for people coming for business at Issy les Moulineaux area.
The hotel is new, very clean, rooms are specious, about 30 sqm, very modern and functional. Shower and bath open to the room. Separate toilet. Small kitchenette with a sink, microwave, fridge and...More
Nice room to work and rest. Services always good and freebies more than welcome: fresh water in the minibar, video club (could be improved with more films but it's ok), coffee and tea. The only concern is wifi, always too slow.
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It is too far from CDG to run a shuttle to this hotel. By train, the simplest option is to board the RER-B line at CDG and take it to St. Michel-Notre Dame station. There you will switch to the RER-C and take it to Issy... More
It is too far from CDG to run a shuttle to this hotel. By train, the simplest option is to board the RER-B line at CDG and take it to St. Michel-Notre Dame station. There you will switch to the RER-C and take it to Issy Val-de-Seine station, which is across the street from the hotel.
If you buy a Navigo card at CDG for 5 Euros, then pay about 21-22 Euros for a weekly pass that covers up through Zone 5, you can ride all trains and buses around Paris for free until Sunday night. So, you could get to the hotel and then have lots of free riding left over for less than 30 Euros per person. My advice: forget taxis.
Bring a little (less than 1 square inch) photo of yourself to put into the clear plastic Navigo holder.